A Developmental Psychologist's Perspective

Stone, C. Addison
April 2007
ASHA Leader;4/17/2007, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p7
Trade Publication
The article presents the viewpoint of a developmental psychologist on the lack of interdisciplinary research programs in the fields of literacy and communication sciences and disorders. The author believes that there are barriers between epistemological and methodological perspectives of literacy and the study of communication sciences and disorders.


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